Over an earnings period that appeared to signal the end of Netflix envy, Walt Disney Co restored hopes that growth in the streaming business will continue.
A Lebanese court ordered on Thursday the temporary seizure of property owned by two parliamentarians charged in connection with the deadly Beirut port blast of 2020, a judicial source said.
Two days after Kenya's general election officials were collating results on Thursday but had yet to announce who is leading the presidential race in East Africa's regional powerhouse.
Standing in a cemetery of abandoned boats, Mohamed Fane picks a West African franc off the floor and shudders at the traumatic memory of his voyage from Senegal to the Canary Islands.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is on a visit to Kigali less than a week after it emerged United Nations experts had found "solid evidence" Rwanda has been interfering militarily in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
The suspect remained barricaded inside the home for several hours, prompting authorities to evacuate the neighborhood to ensure safety.
A flash flood warning was in effect across the entirety of Washington, D.C., until 8 p.m. Wednesday.
The exact cause for the explosion has not been determined yet.
Harvey Weinstein and the U.S. business of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles agreed to end competing lawsuits over a 2019 crash in which the now-imprisoned former Hollywood movie producer flipped a Jeep Wrangler while trying to avoid a deer.
Muslims in New Mexico interviewed on Wednesday said they felt shock and shame at the arrest of a Muslim immigrant from Afghanistan in connection with the murders of four Muslim men.
China's war games around Taiwan have led Biden administration officials to recalibrate their thinking on whether to scrap some tariffs or potentially impose others on Beijing, setting those options aside for now, according to sources familiar with the deliberations.